From The New York Times, June 4, 2012
The Supreme Court on Monday unanimously ruled against a protester who said his free speech rights had been violated when Secret Service agents arrested him after he made critical remarks about the Bush administration's war policies.
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Polsinelli Shughart's Sean Gallagher, counsel for agents Reichle and Doyle, was very pleased at the news of the decision. “This ruling confirms that the federal courts will not subject law enforcement officials to personal liability except when it is absolutely clear that they have no basis to make the arrest.”